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Destiny 2: Beyond Light guide - Eyes of Tomorrow Exotic rocket launcher

Destiny’s latest raid Exotic is a rare drop

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Eyes of Tomorrow is an extremely powerful rocket launcher in Destiny 2: Beyond Light from the Deep Stone Crypt raid. It has the potential to be a successor to Gjallarhorn, Destiny’s most infamous Exotic.

But getting Eyes of Tomorrow isn’t a simple quest, and you only have a few shots per week to get it.

How to get Eyes of Tomorrow

Sadly, there’s no way to guarantee when you’ll get Eyes of Tomorrow via a quest like The Lament or to reliably grind for it like Cloudstrike. This drop comes from Taniks, the Abomination, the final boss in the Deep Stone Crypt raid. It comes from his final chest as an additional drop when you get your regular loot.

Since it comes from the final boss, you get one shot at this rocket launcher per week per character (three total chances a week if you have a Hunter, Titan, and Warlock). But due to the rocket launcher’s powerful perks, it’s definitely a weapon fans want to grind for week after week.

It seems fairly rare, as we’ve seen very few in the wild and we were the only players to get it in our three raid clears the first week.

If you need some assistance for the raid, we recommend you use the guide above or a text guide.

Eyes of Tomorrow Exotic rocket launcher

The Eyes of Tomorrow rocket launcher rally packs a punch
Image: Bungie via Polygon

Eyes of Tomorrow is a very powerful rocket launcher, reminiscent of Gjallarhorn from the original Destiny.

Its Exotic perk is Eyes On All which allows the weapon to lock onto numerous targets and fire a single rocket at each of them. But even when only locked onto one target, the Eyes of Tomorrow still fires six mini-rockets — its entire payload.

The Adaptive Ordnance perk gives Eyes of Tomorrow a buff if it manages to kill four enemies in a single shot, significantly increasing the damage of the next shot.

This rocket launcher is very powerful — we’re not sure how powerful yet since it’s so rare. But if you’re a hardcore or average Destiny player, you definitely want to try and pick up Eyes of Tomorrow each week.

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